You want the most wholesome ingredients going into this base. It’s what good cooking is about. And, good cooking refers both to tasty and healthy. Our grandmothers and great-grandmothers knew that instinctively, so they chose whole and fresh vegetables and bones from animals of which they’d already consumed the meat. (Back then, it wasn’t labeled […]
As a mom, I’m always searching for another goody to whip up in the kitchen that just may WOW my toddler. She’s a good eater most of the time, and I am certainly grateful for that. Still, igood to keep pushing the envelope, expanding gastronomic horizons, and educating the palate. I’m also doing a 4-week […]
This is another variation of the original Energy Bars I posted ages ago…well, it seems like ages ago anyway. It’s adapted from Rebecca Katz whose recipes are just delicious. As head cook (most of the week anyway) in our home, I’ve taken charge of my hubby’s diet as he trains for the NYC Marathon. Snacks […]
Serves 4-6 Expat life is not for the faint-hearted. It is constantly filled with goodbyes, endless packing and unpacking, adjusting and re-adjusting, and some degree of culture shock and its even friendlier cousin, reverse culture shock. In each transcontinental trek you are faced with those questions and doubts that only expats can relate to. And, […]
I’ve encountered this question a lot this summer and seeing as I’m still on a vacation, I thought a reblog would be perfect for you and for me! Hope these tips help answer that all too familiar question. May you be inspired with creativity and may the kitchen gods be with you!